Seasonal climate summary southern hemisphere (autumn 2010): rapid decay of El Niño, wetter than average in central, northern and eastern Australia and warmer than usual in the west and south

@article{Campbell2011SeasonalCS,
  title={Seasonal climate summary southern hemisphere (autumn 2010): rapid decay of El Ni{\~n}o, wetter than average in central, northern and eastern Australia and warmer than usual in the west and south},
  author={B. Campbell},
  journal={Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={61},
  pages={65-76}
}
  • B. Campbell
  • Published 2011
  • Geology
  • Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal
Southern hemisphere circulation patterns and associated anomalies for the austral autumn 2010 are reviewed, with emphasis given to the Pacific Basin climate indicators together with the Australian rainfall and temperature patterns. Autumn 2010 commenced with a rapid decay of El Niño conditions in the Pacific Ocean and a transition to neutral conditions, with most indices suggesting the possibility of La Niña development in subsequent seasons. Australian rainfall was above to very much above… Expand

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